PodcastOne Sports Now

Join Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg for their newsy take on the week in sports, backed by the shoe leather, insight, experience and worldwide reach of The Associated Press sports department. Over the last three decades, they've covered every major championship around the globe multiple times, so expect cameos from big names and guests drawn from the week's headlines.

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March Madness, Day 2: About ripped pants, and D-Wade speaks

Guest host Tim Reynolds of The Associated Press talks to Abilene Christian coach Joe Golding, he of the ripped suit pants and so much more, about what an NCAA appearance is going to do for his school. And then we sit down for a long chat with Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade, a 2003 Final Four participant, to discuss what he would do to fix college basketball.
00:33:52 3/24/2019

Past Episodes

Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg are upset about upsets (and cats), wondering whether last year's blown-up brackets were an exception or a sign of things to come. Then AP sports writer Luke Meredith zooms in on some interesting West Regional matchups and college basketball writer Aaron Beard makes the case for a Duke-North Carolina finale worth watching. On the menu: Want some Velveeta to wash down that sock?
00:35:02 3/21/2019
ESPN analyst Jay Bilas helps Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg fill out their NCAA Tournament brackets and offers a few super-sleeper picks. Then the hosts turn to Associated Press golf writer Doug Ferguson to find out how Rory McIlroy's win at the Players Championship shakes up the field three weeks out from the Masters. On the menu: Did you get a bowl of (chicken) soup with that hat?
00:45:46 3/19/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg assess the state of sportswriting after two of the best in the business, Dan Jenkins and Hugh McIlvanney, died within weeks of each other on different sides of the Atlantic. Next up, AP pro football writer Barry Wilner previews the NFL's upcoming free-agency market. Finally, the hosts boo Knicks owner James Dolan, cheer the U.S. Women's Soccer Team and send best wishes to "Tom Terrific" on a tough road ahead. On the menu: Is it whisky or whiskey?
00:40:59 3/12/2019
Dodgers great and  TV analyst Orel Hershiser takes time out from spring training to join hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg on a hunt for the soul of baseball.  Then the pair zoom through the Bryce Harper-to-Philly signing, the surprisingly risqué NFL scouting combine _ a.k.a the "Underwear Olympics" _ and why even LeBron James won't make the Lakers a playoff team. On the menu: Some cheese doodles to go with that coffee?
00:44:05 3/5/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg wonder if a spectacular sneaker-fail (worn by Duke megastar Zion Williamson) might finally lead to some real reform in college basketball. Then, with a big assist from AP's Larry Lage, they find a silver lining in the college game _ the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry _ and hear from coaches John Beilein and Tom Izzo on how to get it right.  On the menu: Where were you on National Margarita Day?
00:42:12 2/26/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg grab a sand-trap rake and drag pro golfer Matt Kuchar for winning $1.3 million at a tournament in Mexico and nearly stiffing his fill-in caddie. As a bonus, Dahlberg recalls his own moment of glory while toting the bag for a PGA Tour winner, Then, just-retired AP sports writer Bob Baum joins the pair to reminisce about the warmest _ and goofiest _ moments over four-plus decades with a courtside seat. On the menu: The King of Spuds.
00:42:02 2/19/2019
In this basketball-skiing twin-bill, Raptors coach Nick Nurse is back to assess the muscled-up Eastern Conference race and his own performance ahead of the NBA's All-Star weekend. Then hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg pivot to the slopes with AP skiing writer Andrew Dampf for a look back at the almost-unbreakable Lindsey Vonn. On the menu: You paid how much for the doughnut?
00:39:30 2/12/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg _ who's playing hurt _ search for a silver lining after a lousy Super Bowl and try ranking the days on the sporting calendar always worth waiting for. Then NFL writer Rob Maaddi weighs in the "Brady or Belichick" debate and predicts which teams (not named the Patriots) might turn up at the big game in 2020. On the menu: Why the world needs more hazelnuts, and fast.
00:28:22 2/5/2019
Guest host Rob Maaddi and a panel of AP writers break down New England's 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams and look ahead to the 2019 season.
00:34:22 2/4/2019
A superstar lineup joins guest host Rob Maaddi on Radio Row. Hall of Famer Jerry Rice talks about mentoring Antonio Brown. Actors Sarah Michelle Gellar and Olympic champion Aly Raisman discuss changing the role of women in Super Bowl commercials. Actors Luke Wilson and Jason Weaver and former NFL star Eric Decker share their thoughts on a variety of topics, and a panel AP sports writers break down the Big Game.
00:50:14 2/2/2019

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